La Tourangelle believes that access to good food and good education is the bedrock of healthy community. That is why we dedicated 2% of our profits and 5% of our land in Woodland, Yolo County, CA to community projects that support edible gardens within schools, regenerative agriculture and food banks. Read on to learn about the La Tourangelle Foundation's three pillars of action that work towards community building and sustainability!
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Growing the Next Generation
Educational experiences in the garden need to take place early in childhood to have a stronger impact and instill real change in the habits of the next generation. The La Tourangelle Foundation is proud to support Yolo Farm to Fork, a non-profit organization that is doing an incredible job to improve young people's health through edible gardens. Our goal is to find and subsidize more local organizations that work towards education young people on the importance of healthy eating habits.
Creating Our First Regenerative Garden
The La Tourangelle Foundation dedicates 1 acre of its land to create a regenerative edible garden for its employees, local schools, and the surrounding community at large. We use our edible garden and beehives as a platform to educate students in our community about the value of regenerative agriculture.
Supporting Local Food Banks
There is a sudden and growing urgency to put our energy and resources into helping food banks distribute food to millions of food insecure US residents. To combat this widespread problem in our local communities, the La Tourangelle Foundation volunteers and financially supports the Berkeley Food Network and the Yolo County Food Bank.